On the 19th, Suwon FC’s home game against
Ulsan, interest in continuing the momentum

In the professional football K League 1 round 26 match held at Gangneung Sports Complex on the 12th, the ‘lowest’ Gangwon FC showed the power to defeat the ‘lead’ Ulsan Hyundai 2-0. . Gangwon defeated Ulsan for the first time in 11 years since May 2012. In the meantime, Gangwon has 4 draws and 21 losses in 25 matches, and they shudder whenever they meet Ulsan. Coach Yoon Jeong-hwan (pictured) tasted his first victory since taking the helm of Gangwon last June, and the team finally succeeded in getting out of last place.

Gangwon, which has regained confidence, aims to escape from the lower ranks in a home game against Suwon FC on the 19th. Gangwon is 11th with 20 points and Suwon FC is 10th with 23 points. This head-to-head match is crucial for both teams to avoid the relegation zone. In particular, Gangwon is desperate to win this match. Although they are out of the bottom, they are still being chased by Suwon Samsung (19 points) by one point.메이저사이트

There is also a relationship between coach Yoon and Suwon FC. On June 25th, coach Yoon met Suwon FC in the Gangwon Command Tower debut match. Gangwon scored the first goal, but gave up an equalizer to Suwon FC Las Beltbeek (registered name Lass), resulting in a 1-1 draw. Coach Yoon, who has not been able to win since then, challenges his first consecutive win against Suwon FC.

In this season’s head-to-head, Suwon FC leads with 1 win and 1 draw. However, the momentum is better in Gangwon. Gangwon’s offensive power was a problem, scoring only 16 goals in 25 matches before the match against Ulsan. However, it is encouraging that newly recruited Yago Cariello (registered name Yago) started to melt into the team on the 1st of last month by scoring his debut goal against Ulsan.

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